Since 2009, NoFightin.com has been the tribute/resource site for early-’90s California blues band The Red Devils and harmonica player Lester Butler.
Sparked by the cult 1992 live album “King King,” The Red Devils have collected a small but devoted following over the three decades since. Butler, fronting his own blues cartel called 13, has inspired countless musicians and fans — especially thanks to heavy touring in Europe before his untimely death in 1998.
From rare music to exclusive interviews to news and details unavailable anywhere else, we keep the fire burning.
Who we are:
- J.J. Perry is a Midwest-based journalist, blues and roots drummer, producer, promoter and certified barbecue judge. He is the publisher and editor of NoFightin.com. (email email@example.com)
- Tina Hanagan is a photographer, artist and technical theater professional. She manages social media and photography on the site.
- Tom Harold is a writer, artist and musician, who plays harp and sings in Indianapolis’ Gordon Bonham Blues Band. He is a contributor to NoFightin.com.